MDOT MTA Proposes Service Cuts To MARC Trains, Bus Service Due To Revenue Decline Brought On By CoronavirusThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration is proposing a number of cuts due to revenue decreases brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the agency said Tuesday.
MDOT MTA Wouldn't Get Funding Under Second Coronavirus Stimulus Plan As ProposedThe Maryland Transit Administration will not get federal funding under the second coronavirus stimulus plan passed in the House of Representatives, the state's transportation department said Monday.
MDOT MTA To Resume Normal Transit ScheduleMDOT MTA announced Wednesday that it will resume normal transit schedules starting Sunday as the state continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. 
MDOT MTA Will Gradually Return To Normal Transit Schedule Starting July 12MDOT MTA will start transitioning from service reductions that were in place under the COVID-19 health emergency to more normal transit schedules. 
MDOT MTA To Further Adjust Service As Ridership Declines Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration said it will implement additional reductions of MARC Train and Commuter Bus service starting Monday.
Coronavirus Update: MDOT MTA To Reopen Eastern Bus Division After Bus Operator Tests Positive For COVID-19The MDOT MTA received a notification Tuesday from a bus operator out of the Eastern Division that they had tested positive for COVID-19. 
MTA Encourages Using Public Transit For Safe Trip To Ravens Playoff GameThe MTA is offering a number of options for people to safely get to the Ravens playoff game.
BWI Rail Station To Hold Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony On $4.7M Renovation ProjectThe BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Rail Station in Anne Arundel County will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate its $4.7 million renovation on Tuesday.
With An Orioles Game, President Trump's Visit On Thursday, Brace Yourselves For Heavy Downtown TrafficHeavy traffic is expected between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., Baltimore City DOT said.
13 People Suffer Non-Life Threatening Injuries In MDOT MTA Bus CrashAn MDOT MTA bus and a passenger vehicle collided in Baltimore Thursday afternoon, injuring 13 people.